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Podcast Interviews

We’ve had so many amazing interviews on the Bad Dog Agility podcast that we decided to gather them together into a single list. You can download the app so you always have the latest episode, and anyone can introduce the next episode.

Episode 245: Interview with Repeat Crufts Championship Winner Dan Shaw thumbnail

In this episode (31:28) In this episode, 2020 Crufts Championship Winner Dan Shaw joins the podcast. You Will Learn How the coronavirus crisis changed the Crufts event. Dan’s strategy for the preliminary rounds. Why Dan prefers to NOT run last in Finals. How you can train with Dan online. Where Dan will put his dog

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Episode 242: Interview with Westminster Champion Jennifer Crank thumbnail

In this episode (1:14:33) In this podcast, Jennifer Crank goes from podcast co-host to interviewee. Jennifer and border collie P!nk won the overall Masters Champion at this past weekend’s Masters Agility Championship at Westminster held in New York City and made history as the first non-20″ dog to earn the title. You Will Learn How

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Episode 233: Changing Your Agility Dog’s Unwanted Behavior thumbnail

In this episode (54:57) In this episode, Denise Fenzi returns to the podcast to talk about the common strategies that we use to help our dogs cope with distractions and anxiety-provoking situations in agility. You Will Learn the relationship between a dog’s emotional state and agility performance how counterconditioning should work why distraction training often

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Episode 232: Interview with FCI Judge Tamás Tráj thumbnail

In this episode (56:52) In this episode, Tamás Tráj joins the podcast to discuss course design, safety and international agility. You Will Learn How Tamás approaches course design. Why Hungary added a 4th jump height. What factors are influencing the possible addition of jump heights to FCI agility. Mentioned/Related Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) OfCourse Online

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Episode 231: Noise Sensitivity in the Agility Dog with Amy Cook – Part 2 thumbnail

In this episode (38:52) Dr. Amy Cook joins Sarah and Esteban to talk about noise sensitivity in agility dogs. Dr. Cook earned her PhD in Psychology at the University of California at Berkeley and has been training dogs and dog trainers for 25 years. Part 2 of 2. You Will Learn Why agility dogs can

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Episode 230: Noise Sensitivity in the Agility Dog with Amy Cook – Part 1 thumbnail

In this episode (35:32) Dr. Amy Cook joins Sarah and Esteban to talk about noise sensitivity in agility dogs. Dr. Cook earned her PhD in Psychology at the University of California at Berkeley and has been training dogs and dog trainers for 25 years. Part 1 of 2. You Will Learn Why agility dogs can

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Episode 229: Is Your Dog Too Worked Up for Agility thumbnail

In this episode (54:19) In this episode, Sarah Stremming joins the podcast to discuss dogs that are too worked up/high drive/over-aroused to perform in the agility ring. You Will Learn Signs of an overly worked up or over-aroused dog. “Tag-along” behaviors often seen with these dogs. How agility dogs today differ from previous generations with

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Episode 222: Interview with the Aces High Flyball Team thumbnail

In this episode (30:03) Members of the Aces High Flyball Team that won Crufts join Sarah and Esteban to talk about breeding, raising, training, and competing with their dogs in the great sport of flyball. You Will Learn Traits that make great flyball dogs. Why Whippets are gaining popularity as sport dogs. Why flyball competitors

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Episode 218: Great Expectations for Your Puppy thumbnail

In this episode (40:08) In this episode, reigning AKC 20″ National Agility Champion Sarah Baker joins the podcast to talk about puppies! You Will Learn 3 tips for working with puppies How to set your own expectations for your puppy Why your dog may not actually be a reflection of your training Mentioned/Related Sarah Baker’s

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